A water colour Painting of Salisbury Cathedral by Claude Buckle

water colour painting of Salisbury Cathedral
This is one of a number of water colour paintings that Claude Buckle did as a commission for the railways and also privately. The picture brings the strong architectural lines of Salisbury Cathedral into focus. The picture shows the Cathedral from within the cloister.

The cathedral has the largest cloister and the largest cathedral close in Britain.

Created in 1968.
Pencil sketch of Salisbury Cathedral from the river Avon
Pencil drawing of Salisbury Cathedral with the River Avon in the foreground. Almost certainly a railway poster proposal. The poster, Salisbury 'where history lingers' may have been the final result.